Nowadays, unfortunately we have to learn that a lot of necessary and useful help for disabled people is not supported by government services. Particularly affected are handicapped people, who, on the one hand, can prove their disability, but on the other hand, caused by legal regulations, are classified as “not disabled enough” to get as less as possible or even no financial help at all.
State-controlled financial help is often defeated by rigid directives and certain limitations in conjunction with conditions and restriction, for example the choice of a therapy type of treatment. The relatives are mostly not part of the therapies, even though the mental strain for the family members may be enormous.
Protracted bureaucratic authorization procedures cause that necessary help is often too late for the people concerned.